Yeah, hotel gyms usually suck. Here's how to get the most out of 'em.

Your typical hotel gym will generally have

 any combination of the following equipment:





exercise ball

all-in-one machine

So your options are to do either cardio, strength, or the combination (but this means spending a LOT of time in the gym.)

Since each person is different with their goals, I recommend going by the general guidelines on the MOVE page (unless you're working with a personal trainer). That being said, here are some ideas for workouts in cardio and strength.

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